Catholic Church’s Response to Terrorist Attack in France

The Catholic Church in Singapore is saddened to learn of the killing of one of our brothers-in-Christ, the 84 year old Reverend Father Jacques Hamel in France in a place of worship. Such cruel acts are designed to instil fear and divisiveness in our society. The Church condemns all acts of terrorism and violence. This [...]


If a woman aching and at death's door from the tortures of an incurable cancer may be eased out of life by her doctor at the request of her husband, why may not any man or woman afflicted with physical or mental agony call upon a doctor for a death drug? And that he or [...]

Japanese Bombs Hit Catholic Orphanage (1937)

Tragic Story Brought Back By PriestsSISTERS’ DISAPPEARANCE CAUSES GRAVE ANXIETY.Shanghai, Dec. 1. A terrible story has been brought to Shanghai by the French Father Delois and the Italian Father Bonnanatte after a long roundabout journey afoot through the bandit-infested countryside. The story tells of the destruction of the Catholic orphanage at Slashing on November 15th [...]

Pope Prays For Peace And Halt To Killing Of Unarmed Civilians

“The Church, is the bride of Christ, made holy and beautiful through his grace. Nevertheless, this bride, formed by human beings, is always in need of purification. One of the most serious sins that disfigure the face of the Church is the one against her visible unity, particularly the historical divisions that have separated Christians [...]

Values: Pro-Choice or Pro-life, but Pro-Who?

Today’s article in this continuing series on Values by the Catholic Medical Guild and Caritas Singapore looks at the emotionally charged debate over abortion. AUSTRALIAN journalist Melinda Tankard-Reist, who draws upon the experiences of more than 200 women to write about the lasting emotional shock and trauma that follows an abortion, shares this excerpt from [...]

Details Of Killing Of 8 Brothers And Priest In Astuhias Are Received

(By N.C.W.C. News Service). New York, Dec, 14.The Brothers of the Christian Schools here have received from a most reliable source details of the fate that befell a community of their Brothers in the Spanish radical uprising in the Province of Asturias. The community, composed of eight Spanish Brothers, was located in the small town [...]

Killing or caring?

SINGAPORE – A bioethical seminar jointly organized by the Catholic Lawyers Guild, the Catholic Medical Guild of Singapore, and Family Life Society was held at the Catholic Junior College on May 27. […]